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*'''[[Roose Bolton]]''' stabbed [[Robb Stark|his king]] through the heart at the [[Red Wedding]], which he planned alongisde [[Walder Frey]], who violated [[guest right]] with the same act. {{Ref|asos|51}}
 
*'''[[Roose Bolton]]''' stabbed [[Robb Stark|his king]] through the heart at the [[Red Wedding]], which he planned alongisde [[Walder Frey]], who violated [[guest right]] with the same act. {{Ref|asos|51}}
  
*'''[[Viserys II]]''' suspected of having killed his nephew [[Baelor I|Baelor]].
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*'''[[Viserys II]]''' is suspected of having killed his nephew [[Baelor I|Baelor]].
  
 
==Known or suspected victims of kingslaying==
 
==Known or suspected victims of kingslaying==

Revision as of 18:49, 3 September 2013

Kingslaying is the act of killing one's own king, breaking their vows of allegiance to him. In Westeros, kingslaying is regarded as a exxtremely vile act, especially when commited by someone sworn to protect them, as is the case with the Kingsguard. It should not be confused with killing a king to which one has no affiliation.

People accused of, or suspected of, having committed kingslaying

Known or suspected victims of kingslaying

Known

Suspected

Quotes about kingslaying

“When King’s Landing fell, Ser Jaime slew your king with a golden sword, and I wondered where you were.” “Far away,” Ser Gerold said, “or Aerys would yet sit the Iron Throne, and our false brother would burn in seven hells.[5]

- Eddard Stark and Ser Oswell Whent, right before fighting to the death.


“The Kingslayer,” Ser Barristan said, his voice hard with contempt. “The false knight who profaned his blade with the blood of the king he had sworn to defend.”[6]

- Barristan Selmy


“Jaime Lannister sends his regards.”[4]

- Roose Bolton when killing his king.

References and Notes